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1970 Buick Skylark Convertible Project Car No Reserve on 2040-cars

Year:1970 Mileage:16078
Location:

Osceola, Indiana, United States

Osceola, Indiana, United States

1970 Buick Skylark Convertible - Project Car  NO RESERVE 

New Top
New Radiator
New Trunk Floor
New Floor
New Carpet
New Rear-Quarters
New Windshield Header Bow

This is a project car. It  will need to be trailered to it's new home. Most of the parts come with the car.   The only thing I have noticed that is missing are the two front fender wells, some hardware and weather striping.  Car will run with a battery and gas feed. Was driven into the garage three years ago. Front end  is loosely bolted together. Father-Son project that we lost interest in.   
AS IS
$200 deposit due within 48 hours with remainder due in cash within 7 days of auction close.  NO checks

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